Five Reasons You Should Consider A Planned Maintenance Agreement
Planned maintenance agreements are an excellent way to keep costs and disruptions to a minimum while maximizing your system’s performance through timely planned maintenance. When it comes to Safety, or any other type of critical hardware, a service contract can simplify your repair and maintenance commitments. Here are five reasons why a service contract is actually a very cost-effective deal:
#1 – Save Money, Control Costs
What Makes A Good Architectural Hardware Consultant?
After seeing many many schedules over the years I can share with you what a good architectural hardware consultant (AHC) will provide vs what a great AHC will provide. Because there is a difference.
The Value Of An Architectural Hardware Consultant
A good AHC will write a hardware schedule that meets building and fire codes. They will interpret plans and specify the correct hardware and functions to the best of their ability. They may even provide a specification or modify the Consultants hardware specification and door schedule to make sure there aren’t any contradictions between the documents. Sounds great, right?
Have You Had Your Annual Fire Door Inspection?
Fire-rated doors and frames play a vital role in keeping people safe and minimizing property damage during a fire. In fact, there has never been a loss of life due to a properly installed and maintained fire door.
It’s estimated that 80% of the 14 million commercial door systems installed in North America don’t receive routine maintenance, or aren’t equipped with properly installed or functioning safety devices, such as photo-eyes or sensing edges.
Preassembled Doors And Hardware
From the time of contract award, our Project Management teams begin to engineer your openings. Employing state of the art software and years of experience, we ensure that the openings we design for your project are as per your requirement. When you choose the Preassemnbled and Prefinished option, we engineer this into your opening.